Richard Mitchell papers
The papers of Richard Mitchell contain research materials on the life of George Eli Whitney, an early pioneer in automotive history and proponent of steam driven carriages who founded the Whitney Motor Wagon Company. Included in the papers is a photocopied typescript of an unpublished biography of Whitney: "The Story of George Eli Whitney", by Mitchell (1956), as well as photographs, reproduction photographs, negatives and contact prints of steamboats, machinery, George Whitney, and other people.
- 1896 - 1956
- Mitchell, Richard M., 1917-1990 (Person)
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.5 linear ft. (1 box) : Types of Boxes (if noted in original UP DB):,1 2-inch boxes
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Richard M. Mitchell (1917-1990), collector. Consist of materials on the life of George Eli Whitney, including a photocopy of the typescript “The Story of George Eli Whitney”, a biography written by Mitchell (1956), as well as photographs, reproduction photographs, negatives and contact prints of steamboats and machinery.
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